It was great to display Take Aurally at UMEC 2018. This is the Undergraduate Medical Education Conference at NUH NHS Trust and showcases the best of medical education going on. We were able to record a conference special with attendees and presenters at UMEC.
Here are our posters:
Thank you to the following attendees and speakers for sharing their thoughts and projects with us:
Mr Nick Kythreotis - Undergraduate Medical Education Manager at NUH NHS Trust and one of the organisers of UMEC
Dr Michael O'Donoghue - Consultant Neurologist at NUH
Dr Anna Richmond - Obs and Gynae Teaching Fellow (and Take Aurally alumnus) presenting 'Teaching Techniques to Promote More Effective Learning'
Jean Sheridan - Simulated Patient at NUH
Dr Hollie Kingsnorth and Dr Simon Deery - 'Student-Developed Mock OSCE Stations (SMOSCES): A Collaborative Cross-Site Exercise to Aid Students Revision'
Professor Bryn Baxendale - Consultant Anaesthetist and Director of Trent Simulation and Clinical Skills Centre at NUH
Mrs Molly McLaughlin - Clinical Teaching Fellow in Clinical Skills and Simulation at NUH presenting the Trent Simulation and Clinical Skills Centre (TSCSC) video resources
Dr Rebecca Noble - Clinical Teaching Fellow in Medicine at NUH 'What is a doctor?: An Exploration of the Changing Perceptions of Undergraduate Medical Students at the University of Nottingham'
Mr Mark Fores - Interprofessional Lead Educator, DREEAM 'The Australain National Health Education and Training Simulation (NHET-SIM)
Dr Kalun Ng - Clinical Teaching Fellow in Medicine at NUH 'Medical Student Well-Being on Clinical Placement'
Mr Jonny Coleman - Clinical Teaching Fellow in Pharmacy at NUH 'Helping Students to Get Medicine Right First Time through Ward-Based Medicines Reconciliation Teaching'